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Parent Learning Environment Menu: Learning and Motivation

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Every parent wants their child to be successful; however, it is not always clear how to help your student reach his/her goals. The number one factor to student academic success is parent involvement. Take a look at the following suggestions on how you can help your student reach their academic potential.

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Teachers make the decision about how much homework is assigned; however, you can review these tips to get an idea of the amount of time your child should spend on their homework assignments.

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Have you ever been frustrated with the "new math" your child is learning? You are not alone. Follow these tips that show you how you can best help your child with their homework.

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Schoolwork is not easy for some children. Sometimes extra help is needed, and your student should not be afraid to admit such. Regardless of how difficult a particular subject or assignment is, it is important that you always encourage your child to thoroughly complete assigned tasks, consistently make every effort to do their best, and not be afraid to ask for help when times get rough. The following suggestions may be helpful.

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It is not always easy to explain to a sixth grader that studying is more important than watching his/her favorite television program; however, good study skills are the absolute foundation for academic success. Here are some effective ways to help your child develop good study habits.

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Developing good reading habits is important to your child's success in school. Consider these suggestions on how to motivate your child to develop the desire to read.

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